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    CHAOS: No More OverNight Leg as Olympia Hostel Bans Sleepovers

    CHAOS: No More OverNight Leg as Olympia Hostel Bans Sleepovers

    Olympia Hostel residents came back to shocking news after their short holiday. They were welcomed by a warming notice on the board about Sleepovers.

    With immediate effect, the olympia hostel management has banned sleepovers. Reason? Because there is too much noise from the sex episodes that happen in the rooms.
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    Anyone responsible for hosting sleepovers will pay a fine of 100K or else face a police case. Residents have spoken out about the new arrangement and some have even threatened to pack their bags and go to better hostels.

    Olympia is famous for its late night screams as girls and dudes keep playing the bedball in the wee hours of the night.

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